Our Diagnostic Services
Harnessing Advanced Imaging Techniques for Accurate Results
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Provides superior contrast between different soft tissues, invaluable for imaging the brain, muscles, heart, and detecting cancers.
Superior Soft Tissue Contrast
MRI provides unparalleled contrast between different soft tissues, making it invaluable for detailed imaging.
Brain, Muscle, and Heart Imaging
MRI is the go-to technique for imaging vital organs, ensuring clarity and precision.
MRI plays a pivotal role in detecting and monitoring various cancers, offering a non-invasive approach.
Computed Tomography (CT)
A medical imaging technique using computer-processed X-rays to produce ‘slices’ or cross-sectional images of specific body areas.
CT scans produce ‘slices’ or cross-sectional images, offering a comprehensive view of the body’s internal structures.
CT is instrumental in diagnosing a range of diseases, offering detailed insights.
Therapy Monitoring & Surgery Planning
CT scans are crucial for tracking treatment progress and planning surgical interventions.
X-rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation that penetrate the body to produce images known as radiographs. These images provide a detailed view of internal structures, allowing for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.
X-rays provide quick results, making them a staple in diagnostic imaging.
Our advanced X-ray machines ensure minimal radiation exposure while maintaining image quality.
X-rays offer clear and detailed images, aiding in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.
Screening services for specific illnesses such as lung cancer, colon cancer, and coronary artery disease.
Targeted Illness Screening
Tailored screenings for specific illnesses like lung cancer, colon cancer, and coronary artery disease, ideal for those with higher risk factors.
Ultrasound Screening Exams
Evaluations of the abdominal aorta and carotid arteries to detect potential life-threatening conditions.
Consultation with Radiologists
Direct discussions with our radiologists to address concerns and provide clarity on the screening process.
Ultrasound imaging, commonly referred to as sonography, utilizes high-frequency sound waves to capture live images from the inside of the body. Unlike X-rays, it doesn’t involve radiation, making it a preferred method for monitoring pregnancies and examining internal organs. The technology works by emitting sound waves that bounce back after hitting a structure in the body, creating an image that provides valuable medical information. This non-invasive procedure offers real-time visualization, allowing physicians to diagnose and treat patients more effectively.
Ultrasound is versatile, used for detecting aortic aneurysms to visualizing a fetus during pregnancy.
Sound Wave Imaging
A noninvasive technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to create detailed images, aiding in diagnosis and treatment.
Specialized in evaluating the circulatory system, it identifies blockages and blood clots, with the assurance of IAC accreditation.